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The lower the PEG ratio, the more likely the stock is undervalued given its current earnings growth. A general rule is that a PEG ratio below 1 is a good buy.
Growth rates used to calculate PEG ratios will affect the accuracy. If historical growth rates are used but future growth rates are expected to be very different, this will skew the reliability of the PEG ratio. PEG ratios may be calculated on expected future growth rates instead of past performance. The terms “forward PEG” and “trailing PEG” are used to distinguish the two. We always use forward PEG ratios, and almost always buy only stocks with a PEG ratio of 1 or under.
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Our return since inception date of June 14, 2016 to March 29, 2018, was 33.75%. The S&P 500 return for the same period was 27.25%.
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Our methodology is geared to create a portfolio with less risk at any given time than the overall S&P 500.
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